Four new restaurants in Miami that have got everyone talking. Take a look!
About: Primrose is one of South Beach’s newest additions. This charming nook serves up American and French cuisine with a fusion of Eastern flavor. Primrose is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Have a seat out on their patio, which is equipped with crafty wood tables ideal for people watching, or dine out by the pool for a more intimate experience.
What to eat: Start off with a gem caesar salad, which consists of kale, aged parmesean, cruton, and garlic-caper dressing. The five spiced duck breast with oat-scallion pancake, mushrooms, pea sprouts with a plum wine glaze for your main dish will not disappoint.
What to drink: Laissez-Faire (Tanqueray #10, Prosecco, basil, and lemon)
1120 Collins Ave Miami Beach, FL 33139
About: Soho Bay is a Japanese restaurant with stunning waterfront views thanks to its floor-to-ceiling glass windows. Enjoy Soho Bay’s al fresco patio, where you can indulge and star gaze at the same time. Perfect date spot? We think so!
What to eat: Foie buns to awaken that appetite of yours or an order of rolls or two. Then move on to the beef cheeks curry (braised beef cheeks, Japanese curry, fried & runny egg, onion marmalade, baby carrots, and baby confit)
What to drink: Try their lemongrass-ginger mojito
520 West Ave Miami Beach, FL 33139
About: In Spain, the word ‘piripi’ means when a reality begins to seem like a dream. Exactly this is what master Chef Najat Kaanache likes to showcase in her delectable creations. This is where materpieces can be seen, touched, and eaten. Ready to live life piripi?
What to eat: Kick things off with some jamon Iberico (cured balck-footed Iberico ham, acorn fed) Their Cordero Paciente dish (patient lamb) seems to be a hit. It’s a 36-hour roasted saddle of lamb with rosemary. We hope finger licking is allowed.
What to drink: A refreshing Sangria
320 San Lorenzo Ave #1315, Miami, FL 33134
Market at Momi
About: Don’t let this quaint Japanese fish market fool you. Market at Momi is serving up some mean seafood. Take a seat at the bar and look at the fresh seafood stacked on the ice. Simplicity at its finest, right here.
What to eat: Oysters, of course. Fifty different kinds to choose from, yum. Don’t forget to dress them in the house mignonette, which is spiked with sake and yuzu. Those oysters left you wanting more? Go for the lobster roll or some sake cooked mussels.
What to drink: It seems that sake is a recurring theme, so order a bottle of sake as you watch the master shucker do his thing.
1040 S Miami Ave Miami, FL 33130